Its about a good 3-4inch deep i think without measuring it.
I would get a photo but she never leaves her new coconut hide
Annoyingly thats the one thing she hasnt done. She showed all other breeding behaviour before pairing - such as trying to nest etc. We’ve put them together again tonight and plan to keep them together longer this time.
Which is why i dont think she was gravid. She’s 3 yeats old in October. Shes digging but not that often so I don’t think its a stress response. Like we’ll see her in the nest box moving stuff wround and then she’s out again about 5 mins later
/misread what you said!
We do check when we do a general mist in her cage but nothing too intrusive.
I had a weird feeling and went thriugh her laybox and guess what I found?
Now here is the date problem, the first batch supposedly laid on day 61 - I think this is actually her second clutch of the season based on the dates otherwise it doesn’t add up? As it wouod be less than 30 days since her supposed first clutch.
So under the motion of deduction, there are two possible answers. We’ve found her first clutch which was hidden away so we didn’t find it but the eggs are still white. We candled and one doesn’t really show signs of life but we’re going to incubate anyway just in case.
The first clutch we found were laid at an ealier date, however weren’t found as soon as they were laid.
So in reality, we have no idea which was her first clutch until they hatch or don’t hatch with the potential dud.